18-027972 Grand Theft Auto 220 Savannah Lakes Dr 2057 hours Officers responded to Savannah Lakes in reference to an in-progress auto theft. After completing a felony stop on the vehicle, the driver (W/F Lisa Mc Teague) and passenger (W/M William Overbay) were taken into custody without incident. 18-27306 2111 hrs Overdose (Non-Fatal 1634 S Federal Hwy 18-27312 2156 hrs Suspicious Incident/Shots Fired 500 E Gateway Blvd The detail officer at VRG reported hearing four to six gunshots to the southeast of his location.
Officers met with the victim, who was a Jimmy John’s delivery driver. Ofc Bundrick was able to get a full confession from both subjects with their involvement to stealing the above mentioned vehicle. Officers canvased the area with negative results for any shell casings or victims.
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Both suspects were in their early 20’s and wearing dark clothing. 1100 hours Victim reports that sometime yesterday between 07 unknown suspect entered their unsecured 2013 white Infiniti JX35 and removed a black USB cord.
One male had dred locks and the other had short cropped hair. Woolbright road hours Victim advised he was robbed by a W/M who removed his black leather wallet and silver cell phone from his back pocket after a brief struggle. 18-27373 Recovered Stolen Auto 19 Southern Cross Cir 1012 hours Officer Kromrey observed 2 vehicles driving recklessly in the area.
Upon contact, Baun began to show signs of being under the influence of possibly FLAKKA. The victim who is the lone resident of the unit said no one was permitted to take the handgun from his residence. 0930 hours Victim reports sometime between Thursday at 22 hours this date unknown suspects entered his 2011 white Toyota Tundra and removed a Taurus PP140 .40 cal handgun. Owner states vehicle was secure but there were no signs of forced entry. The driver, Jimes Ferdinand, was arrested for being a Habitual Traffic Offender and had an active misdemeanor warrant in PALMS. 18-27230 1426 hrs Overdose (Non-Fatal) 1601 S Congress Ave 18-27267 1707 hrs Burglary Auto 100 E Boynton Beach Blvd Woman reported she parked her personal vehicle in the parking lot located on the corner of Seacrest Blvd and E Ocean Ave and left it unsecured.
While providing medical treatment, Baun became combative with FD therefore FD had to administer Ketamine. There were no signs of forced entry into the apartment. The handgun, a Glock 23 s/n LXY348, was listed as stolen. Silver 2009 4 door Infinity G37 with FL tag # Z35GUZ reported stolen by unknown person after vehicle was left unoccupied with keys left in ignition. 1003 hours B/M Michael Andrews 06/10/75 was taken into custody without incident for an FTA warrant. 18-0277 N Seacrest Blvd 1836 hours Ofc Bundrick conducted a traffic stop on a 2017 gray Mitsubishi Lancer which was reported stolen out of PBSO jurisdiction. The passenger, Barry Dobson Jr, was found to be in possession of 9.2 grams of marijuana. Between 1530 hours and 1700 hours her pink and black Smith and Wesson handgun was stolen from the vehicle.
18-027424 1615 hours Burglary to Auto 8052 Stirrup Cay Ct. He further stated that nothing appeared to be missing from either of the vehicle, but wanted the incident documented. 18-026854 0848 hours Burglary Auto 2037 S SEACREST BLVD Officer responded to 2037 S Seacrest Blvd in reference to a burglary.
Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who stated that his 2016 orange Jeep Renegade with FL JBQI62 was left unlocked and upon his return to the vehicle he realized his vehicle has been rummaged through.
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Victim stated that unknown suspect(s) forced entry to the residence and rummaged through items within the residence. Upon stopping; both juvenile suspects fled east into the residential area of 200 NE 15th Ave on foot. The vehicle was ransacked, but nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle.
A perimeter was established and both suspects were apprehended. 18-026850 0800 hours Burglary Auto 2008 S FEDERAL HWY Officer responded to 2008 S. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that an unknown person entered his silver 2003 Toyota Camry FL tag Y25SDN and removed several items ( eye glasses, loose change).
Officers responded to 2 non-fatal overdoses involving the same subject during the course of the shift. 18-027745 1501 hrs Overdose (Non-Fatal) 101 N Federal Hwy 18-027784 1841 hrs Burglary Auto 580 Manatee Bay Dr 18-027791 1949 hrs Burglary Auto 578 Manatee Bay Dr Between 2000 hours on 05/24/ hours on today’s date, two unsecured vehicles were burglarized. Upon arrival they met with the victim who stated unknown persons had stolen his White 1999 Toyota Avalon bearing Fl. 18-026846 0745 hours Burglary Auto 304 SE 23RD AVE Officer responded to 304 SE 23rd Avenue in reference to a delayed burglary to auto, 2006 Chrysler Mini Van FL tag 902YQJ .